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is backed to the overcrossing and sluggish upper deck incline into san francisco looking at your waze app showing highway 242, 4, 680 in concord, you can see traffic spotters reporting fog in the area. moderate traffic around gregory lane and monument boulevard southbound 680 your exclusive traffic app available free on the app store and google play >>> right now we want to give you a live picture from near washington, d.c., some of the pictures we have associated with hurricane sandy that has caused massive flooding throughout the east coast this is one area, the potomac river flooding so severe, residents and businesses have been warned this could last well into thursday, 160,000 people around the capital without power, ocean city pier washed away boardwalk water, swollen river and flooded out areas, devastating situation certainly for many communities an. >> maryland looked like some sort of drain was being overflowed and water shooting out you can see flooded areas. >> in contrast at home we are celebrating looking forward to tomorrow and the giants' parade. --. [ inaudible ] ♪ [ ma
'll be streaming it live and on our ipad app as well. >> a huge treat for fans today in redwood city. >> oh, yes. the outfielder for the giants giving away free tacos and this is fun, leanne, you like hot or mild? >> i've got to say welcome to taco bell. can i take your order? that is what angel pagon was telling people as he was making food and serving it here. number 31 had help on how to prepare the perfect taco, asking what if i don't get it right? do i get fired? he got it right. a few stopped doing what they're doing to take a picture. he took orders at the drive threw. imagine that. >> my agent call immediate and said it was important. i feel happy i brought everybody together in the united states. it's a great moment for americans. >> and this is part of a promotion by taco bell promising if a major league player stole a base everyone would be treated to a taco between tk and 6:00. he delivered 8th inning how could anyone forget. so people here started lining up at 9:00 this morning and this is at the taco bell to get a glimpse of pagon and yes to, get that free taco. this is not just me
% of americans have bought something through a mobile app on their phone. >> for jeff hassen, chief marketing office of hip cricket, a mobile marketing and advertising company says it is more important than ever to go to the customer. >> we have gone from a passive activity of interacting with the world to an interactive activity where what we are able to do with a tablet is respond, vote, ask for more information, get a link, get more stats, depending on the industry. the smart brands are giving consumers the ability to interact with them. >> he has somewhat leveled the playing ground so that small businesses can compete with the big guys. search engine op tim i zation expert says, only if you are being smart nd ataking control of the way search engines perceive your website. >> a lot of people are still trying to use techniques that really were good ten years ago. for instance, you might go and draft a page where you use your keywords over and over and over again. ten, 15 years ago, that absolutely worked. today, two years from now, five years from now, these methods are antiquated. they do
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for theefirst debate. debate.and's apology...the app.. that's made so many users.. upset. -3 3 both ppesiddnnial candidates are gearing up for wednesday's big night ... theefirst presidential debatt. as cristina mutchler reports... preeident obama nd mitt romney are finishing up some final campaigning and last minute debate preparations before facing off inndenver. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows -- the clocc is ticking down to wednesday's presidennial debate with president ooama and mitt romney getting ready po go head-to-hhad for the first timeeand their is best prepared.i think both are excellent in their own way. i think youucould argue that mittthas had a lot more but alsoo candy, parr of it depends on who is moderating.. he's bben through at least 20 debates in the course of the primaries, and newt gingrich himself said just he other day, he's the best debater. he beat all of them. tim pawlenty, a republiccn said &pdebatermitt romney used senator rob pprtman of ohio to act as his opponent while preparing for the debate.... of romney stand-in...for role - presidenttobama.
in on a smart phone app designed to keep everyone informed. >> with ray lewis out of the lineup, who steps in for the future hall of famer? we will have some answers later in sports. >> as we look at the radar, we are seeing some heavy rain showers. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. >> anne arundel county is trying to improve communication between students and the officers to patrol their school. >> at the center of that effort is a phone app. >> just got every stated these days has a smart phone. anne arundel county police are hoping a new app will help students fight crime and help them fight crime as well before it even happens. anne arundel county police using mobile phone technology to fight crime at county schools. >> this is what we have seen historically actually solves crimes, prevents tragedies, and addresses problems -- information. >> anne arundel county police have unveiled a new mobile app in hopes of gaini
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that because it is an app, how can an app insure cars? can you regulate this? something that is going to happen. we are losing all our business to these people and part of it is as the article described, it is dated. you are not allowing us to have a universal app to compete. we cannot advertise. we cannot prepay. need an additional cab stand, on the west side of townsend, 90 percent of the rides are heading westbound. if you have another stand, the cabs would not be forced to make a u-turn. thank you so much. >> all those in favor? opposed? >> moving on to the regular agenda item. 1:40.
i decided to make an app i was thinking about what i would want to do and i decided i wanted an easy way to be able to follow all of my friends' accounts on flickr and see their photos. so that was the basic idea and then it kind of evolved from there. now it has a geocoded photos and recent photos but that was the basic idea. >> so i have to be honest with you. a lot of people might say to me i have this idea, i really want to be able to follow my friend's pictures on flickr, they might have that idea, but i don't know anybody who could actually turn that into an app and make that work. how did you do that part of it? >> well, so i just -- i have always been interested in this so i did some -- used research to learn how to write the computer code to it and i just wrote about i think 2,000 lines of code and that made the app. >> wow. you just sat there and wrote the code. >> yes. >> all right. then when did you say i want apple -- i know my app is good enough to be on apple? how did you figure out how to go through the process? i got to imagine apple gets tens of thousands of people
in various places. you have the apps to click a button to say i'm okay. so, if there is an earthquake you're feeling members can find out about it. i wanted to make sure the public was aware this resource exist and had was thinking about preparedness since we live in the earthquake zone. >> could you please name the app so people know? >> it's called the earthquake app and look under red cross earthquake app. >> thank you. commissioner antonini. >> thank you. a few things. number one, just acknowledging that the american dental association is meeting in san francisco beginning today through sunday and it's a large convention and we're happy to have it and we're one of a rotation of three or four cities that is able to host that throughout the country. secondly, the secretary search subcommittee met last week and will meet again this coming wednesday on the 24th to move forward, and we will, you know, discuss that when we can. the body as a whole, it's actually going to be calendar in the future if i'm not mistaken en. >> it's actually following this item. >> it is on the calendar, great.
could be a raw, rainy day. check out our abc2 weather app. three app the for you, our news app, weather app. check them out at the itune store or for your droid. >>> we are one day away from the most anticipated night of the election season. tory dunnan joins us at the site of the first debate. i know the candidates are behind closed doors in debate mode. a lot of pressure coming up in the next 24 hours. >> reporter: kelly, you got that right. both campaigns say these candidates have actually met each other a few times in person but they'll be seeing a lot of each other tomorrow night in denver in the first of three presidential debates. the campaign trail is quiet today as each campaign honkers down to study in the final hours. the president is in nevada sparring with massachusetts senator john kerry, playing the role of mitt romney. >> it's not so much winning or losing or the people themselves, the president and myself. it's about somethingigger than that. >> reporter: romney meanwhile is in denver. ohio senator rob port man is doing his best obama impersonation. it has the president
"the hundred games -- "the hunger games." we could not come up with any apps to make those excuses any more believable, but we did find one that is all things halloween. >> the first app halloween fans must have his call to just that -- halloween. it has a countdown to trick or treat time. it has all kinds of scary sounds entering towns. if you are looking for a costume, you can get some fun ideas. there is also some cool music loops that you can play to scare away those of trick or treaters. if you like that, you will want the mirror, in 99 cents app that appears to be a harmless mirror at first, but turns into a scary photo. you can record your friend's reaction when they see the spooky transformation. everybody needs a good car of pumpkin at halloween. and the pumpkin carving ipad app allows you to create a masterpiece. you can download your own patterns and bring them out to use as a template for your pumpkin. >> good afternoon. a cold front now moving across the state and that is bringing a change in the weather. we are trying to feel the wind pick up. we can kind of make up the f
to come, super storm sandy had an impact on gas prices as well. and a new phone app to help diagnose concussions. >> the remnants of the big storm are still in the mid-atlantic region. we will let you know what you can expect in the next few minutes. 50 >> it is looking like gas prices are falling in the wake of sandy. the national average price fell to $3.53, more than 11 cents lower than last week. the drop comes even as refineries in the east were shut down or under reduced operations because of sandy, but many roads blocked, but will not be driving as much, which will slow down the man. constellation energy plans to open and two solar plants in the town of west over to generate electricity. the plants are located on former farmland and her struggle to open up this year. executives say that it will generate 4 megawatts of electricity to service the university of maryland and chesapeake renewable energy. another new retailer was soon called baltimore home. marshall's plans to open up a store in the former filene's basement space. developer david brown says he expects marshals to be
face decades in prison. he's due back in court on november 1st. >>> applying to make apps, it's one of the hottest jobs in the bay area and it didn't exist five years ago. now the mobile app industry is responsible for creating a half million jobs since the advent of that little thing called the iphone. stephanie is live in san jose. there is a worry that this could be another hiring bubble, or will it be sustained? >> reporter: well, jessica, the experts and the numbers indicate that this so-called app economy isn't going anywhere. pugh research shows 45% of american adults as of august had at least one of these, an iphone or an android phone. the apple app store features more than 700 active apps. what does it mean? insiders say it means jobs. poker on the go is making big bucks for play phone, a mobile social gaming provider based in san jose. >> the company started in 2003. it started to take off about a year, year and a half ago. >> reporter: good news for job seekers. >> we're around 140 games, 150. we're looking to quadruple that over the next six months or so. as the industr
of the political drama. we have all of the apps to keep you politically savvy on the go. >>> electric shock therapy for david blaine. he wants you to participate. what? but up first let's check in with steve doocy who is not participating in that. see what's coming up on "fox & friends". >> maybe we can wire the couch up here with electrodes to give you the wrong answer. >> wow. >> wow indeed. >> the president of the united states didn't have right answers the other night in the big debate. hands down most people think mitt romney did win. now the left is in full damage control mode. we are going to talk politics with geraldo and dick morris will be with us pretty soon in the 6:00 hour. the stars of the duck dynasty you ever see the show it's hilarious and funny and we have them live. fox and friends kicks off in 10 minutes right here in the fox news chair. >> it is about 10 minutes to the top of the hour. did lou gehrig die from something other than lou gehrig's disease? they wanted medical records released. they think the yankee's legend could have died because of brain trauma from concussions. g
that section, take geary to 680 to 24. down led to free app to get around and try to an -- download this free app to get around and try to avoid some of these nightmares,, free app. >>> new information we are learning about the rumored ipad mini. >>> will and kate stepping back into the spotlight. the public appearances the royals are planning in britain, after those topless photos of the duchess surfaced. >>> do-or-die for giants must game to keep the october good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> current conditions as far as visibility we were at half a mile in santa rosa a few minutes ago now the fog has moved a little or re ed napa. today's forecast, temperatures -- well below average slight breeze at the coast afternoon the bay bartley c
if you were exposed. . >> and don't forget to check out the weather app. we have the news app and the weather app with the weather app you can get the hour by hour forecast in your neighborhood. >> and it may sound strange in the world of online shopping, a holiday catalog may soon show up in your mail. . >>> health news tonight. there have been two cases of meningitis in maryland. one of them reak of this form h sickened about 26 people in five states. most of those patients took steriods for back pain. maryland health officials say people were expose from july 30th to september 28th. we will list the locations on the website. >>> you want to cook healthy for your family but that can be tricky when it comes to picking the cooking oil. we use them for everything from baking to frying to just making sure your food doesn't stick to the pan. how do we know which ones to use though? >> the lighter one usually the lighter in color is -- good indication, can be used for pan frying or little higher heat meth odds and then the really extra, extra virgin one, the thicker one, the da
. the technology is rfid chips in your socks. so now you can have an app that scans your socks, tells you which one is your right, left, and which pairs together. and you use the camera on your phone to check the blackness of your socks. so if it's not quite black enough, you can order a new pair. >> is the technology smart enough to find that sock that always goes missing in your drier? >> it is not. but it is smart enough to help you match up another single sock. so if you've got two singles, you can put those two together and make a new pair. it will tell you how many times the sock has been worn, how many times it's been washed. >> i'm sorry. i give this a big thumb's down. >> who the heck needs this. how hard to match up your socks. seems a little forced. >> how about technology to tell people what your mood is, in case your facial expressions aren't enough. check this out. the girl seems quite happy. she sees something she likes so her tail wags. that's right. this is a tail that you can wear, a cat tail, that is controlled by brain waves. >> if i did a tail on right now, it would be tucked b
into san francisco otherwise it is smooth sailing. wanted to show you the abc7 traffic waze app great tool to get around all these events this weekend in san francisco or elsewhere free app, 680 through walnut creek and alamo area moderate now according to traffic spotters. to download this free app, >>> watch out for frustrating traffic closures and delays this weekend thanks to a slew of events from fleet week to america's cup, fighter planes over our skies. amy hollyfield is live along the embarcadero with a look ahead at some of those closures for these events. >> reporter: good morning. this should be the toughest spot the embarcadero. city officials are going to throw a new factor in the sidewalk is going to be packed with pedestrians, where to put the bicyclists? they are going to try shutting down a lane on the embarcadero and remember is it just for bicyclists between bay and washington. they believe that's the safest way to go. it is going to make things worse for cars. the message is, do not bring your car to the embarcadero. everyone is coming to watch this.
the macarthur maze. let as look at our traffic app, 24th through pleasant hill i'm sorry 680 through pleasant hill, southbound and northbound 24 westbound towards the caldecott tunnel, moderate traffic free app available on the app store and google play and you can download it to help get you around and navigate traffic jams. drive times now 680 corridor towards the 580 junction looking good, 24 westbound towards the caldecott under 20 minutes from 680. santa rosa into novato about a 32 minute drive at this hour. >>> 6:12. see that the team, the fans were still celebrating when the first t-shirts came off the presses in union city. >> like a second after we won i got an e-mail, buy your merchandise now. the moment the game ended the -- [ unintelligible ] the problem with knowing when to start the presses. >> we had a little bit of a slow start because we told our employees if they are ahead by two runs in the 7th, head in. that didn't happen this time. we were kind of scrambling at the last minute to get everybody in. >> late start but they've been working ought night so fans can beg
you our waze app, accident just cleared out of lanes northbound pardon me southbound 880 at 238, heavy traffic by our traffic spotters in the vicinity. you can download this free app to get around traffic back-ups and nightmares, waze. >>> today the fate of san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi is in the hands of the board of supervisors. they will vote on whether he should lose his job. katie marzullo is live at city hall. the charge is official misconduct. >> reporter: that's right that was the finding of the ethics commission. the board of supervisors does have the final word that word should come today, meeting beginning 2:00 this afternoon. superintendent advisers have been going over findings of the ethics commission since september. that is when the commission found mirkarimi guiltive misconduct. after he pleaded guilty to one count of false imprisonment. that was after the new year's eve fight with his wife eliana lopez. at the time, lopez let a neighbor videotape a bruise on her arm but now is saying she stands by her husband and this is all a misunderstanding. ma
with a stray shower during the afternoon. >>> good morning. first look at your waze app. earlier accident in marinwood south 101 cleared. you can see the damage is done. very slow from before highway 37 towards marinwood. good news after that speeds pick up in southern marin, central san rafael into southern marin no delays hopefully we'll see relief. you can download this free app, bay bridge slow for cash paying folks no metering lights yet i anticipate those will be on momentarily. carpool lanes whizing by. slow out of antioch's highway 4, westbound typical, 22 minute drive to highway 242. >>> amazing a's and great giants do it again, both teams advance to face deciding games tonight after rallying back from the brink of elimination. terry mcsweeney joins us live from oakland. how sweet, five -- [ unintelligible ] >> reporter: it is really is, the a's are a team with a lot of heart. just too bad they have to prove it by giving fans heart palpitations another walk-off win last night in the 9th when it was said and done all the fans could do was scream and yell. take a
to stream this live and our ipad app. >>> time to check in with mike for a look at the weather. >> we are not going to worry about rain for the parade tomorrow. >> not worried about rain maybe fog in the morning 11:00 mostly cloudy, 1:00 partly sunny and 60, cloudy by 4:00 chance of rain you can see rolls in during the evening hours. let's talk about right now. you can see live doppler 7 hd void of any radar returns just a little fog, dense fog advisory until 9:00 this morning for the north bay valleys, san francisco, peninsula, coast down towards gilroy and salinas valley. still patchy dense fog outside of this, this is where most widespread, north bay 3/4 visibility in novato quarter mile santa rosa napa half moon bay also hayward, one of those spots outside of the dense fog advisory still having trouble this morning. foggy, cloudy everywhere except east bay valleys through 7:00. noon bay fog will linger slow go to burn it off, most abundant sunshine by 4:00, 60s coast, 70s for the rest of us. next three days rain possible in the north bay during the evening for trick-or-treating th
it live on and our ipad app. >>> we want to see your giants' pride. viewers are sharing pictures like this. >> send your fan photos at ureport or share them with us on our facebook page. [ unintelligible ] >>> it wasn't the world series bet but a national restaurant chain still had to pay up for what a giant did on a playing field. excited fans lined up outside taco bell in redwood city to claim a tree to be kaye -- free tack -- [ unintelligible ] >> [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] [ unintelligible ] >> the only question mark is the weather. >> let's talk about the weather. interesting this morning. spooky a little as we have drizzle and that is coating the ground not enough to be measurable. let's talk about halloween, 5:00 rain in the north bay mid to upper 60s rain will stay in the north bay increasingly intense during the 6:00 hour, low to upper 70s, start moving into the heart of the bay by 7:00, a few sprinkles possible south bay by 8:00, heavier
. go on line or use the app. membership is $39 and rates start at $12 for the first 30 minutes. pick up your id now and you are ready to go. find the available cars and the starting status through an interactive map. no keys. all you need is your id to unlock your ride. a full charge should cover a 80 to 100 miles, and you do not need to worry about running low. just pull into any charging station for a boost. every driver knows getting around is one thing. however, finding a parking spot is another challenge. also here, bmw will offer a solution. introducing park now, and on my mobile parking service that lets you search and pay for your spot, on-line, or on the go. anyone can join. simply sign up and find the perfect parking spot. search by neighborhood based on your personal search preferences, including car wash, ev charging, of dallas service, and more. to avoid driver distraction, bmw car owners can use the feature directly on the app. for all other users, we recommend using the navigation system directly in the car. >> when you arrive at the facility, simply use your electronic t
, watch it on or on our mobile app. we'll be live starting at 7:00 for three hours as we join the thousands of folks or taking these steps to help end breast cancer. >>> now the story of a miss woman from portland. 21-year-old whitney hikele took -- went to work and hasn't been seen since. >> reporter: as police in oregon continue their search for 20-year-old whitney hikele, detectives said they have found the strongest clue yet. >> we found whitney's cell phone. >> reporter: children followed it near several trails. >> i recognized the face. >> reporter: investigators are dissecting it for evidence. >> that's aery favorable find for us. we can do dna analysis, fingerprints. >> reporter: whitney was supposed to show up for work at this starbucks tuesday morning, just five minutes from her house. the barista never made it. her atm card was used at a gas station two hours later and her black ford explorer was seen in this parking lot with the passenger window smashed and mud on her tires. three days after her disappearance, her husband tried to speak to reporters but couldn't fi
avenue most of the day until 1:00 this afternoon, expecting roadwork there as well. our waze app, a map showing pleasant hill road heading to highway 24. last night we had a fatal accident and wires are down in the road pleasant hill before 24 until 6:00 before they think to have that cleaned up. you want to take taylor east to 680 to get back to highway 24 if you would like to download this free app, join other traffic spotters, >> 4:41. >> meningitis scare continues to grow, the california clinics linked to the crisis. >>> generous recycling program is a success. how you end up paying for fraud, coming up. >>> first tech bites. >>> google expands the online video site adding dozens of new channels with professionally produced content expanding into europe. the company could pay hundreds of millions for videos. resident evil 6, features several games and different styles. the game is too ambitious. >> never settles down and focuses on doing one thing well. there's a lot of ideas, thrown in together like the kitchen sink. >> resident evil 6 available for playstation 3
who developed an app for that. >> reporter: when you need to call 911 you do on the phone -- you go to this app and touch the buton and this window opens up. >> reporter: right now anyone on the college park campus who has an i-phone or android smart phone can take advantage of the new technology. >> the moment you touch the call buton it calls out and a video starts streaming to the [inaudible]. >> reporter: then a dispatch erin side the police station can watch in realtime a live audio and video stream on a computer screen and talk back to the caller. >> the idea is that you press a buton, you can transmit video, location, other pieces of information directly to a public safety answering point. a 911 center. >> reporter: up and running since february it's a great stool for improving public safety andself awareness on campus. >> i think it's great. like there is the lue lights all over campus that let you call in to the police, from the central location. this is great for when you aren't near one of those or when you are uncomfortable you don't have to go out of your way to them
. abc 7's kris van cleave on how it can work. >> use your smart phone or ipad app and in real time you can respond to what's going on during the debates. we tried it out last night for the first time. we got a huge response. nearly 22,000 individual reactions. that's an average of 243 a minute. with people using the app that you're loorg at. and from those reactions that you submit on your app, we get this. thrs the entire debate, what you -- this is the entire debate, what you liked and when you thought the candidates were dodging or spinning. we can look at just what gotch romney was saying -- what governor romney was saying or president obama was saying. you can also zoom in at a particular moment. this was during the closing statements of the debate. >> that's how we cut taxes for middle class families and small businesses. that's how we cut a trillion dollars of spending that wasn't advancing that cause. >> here is the president's closing statement. and you can see at any point in there, we'll get a sense of how many people were agr
to be a nightmare. let's look at your traffic app, you can already see howard, market, because of all the work going on there are closures in effect. it is already jammed. great way to maneuver around if you do have to drive, if you are a delivery person or what you you can download this app for free on the app store and google play void the area if you are not going to the parade or not interested in the parade it is going to be crazy. -- >> on this big day the police chief says san francisco is taking every step possible to make sure violence doesn't mar the parade in response to the mayhem that followed the world series victory sunday night when the giants beat the tigers, including the burning of a muni bus. officers arrested 35 people. police will have medical teams all ready to go. >> if you you are coming to act-out, don't come, you will be arrested, you will be prosecuted. that's no way to ring in the giants' second world championship. >> muni will have its own rapid response team. >>> about that bus was burned police have arrested a man seen in a photo vandalizing the bus after the giants t
commute. and pea pod is making that a reality. consumers can down load an app and scan the bar codes like what you see here putting the carts or the items in the carts. next you schedule for a home delivery. >> thinking about people in places where they cannot be productive and starting to shine. >> and they're not the only ones pondering the concept, pea pod got the idea for the aisles from the technology overseas. the grocery list of apps is a growing market offering consumers from coupons to shopping lists. >>> get ready to pay more if you mail out any type of letters, starting in january a first class stamp will go up to 46 cents and up one penny. the postal service will maze the rates on priority mail services. the regulatory commission will review the prices and before it is effective. something new this year. and for 1.10. you can mail it anywhere in the world. >> hot topic for voters next month. one of the oldest civil rights group was they are saying about same-sex marriage. you made up your mind not to go to work. do you have an excuse? we'll tell you some of the most ridiculous
. >> reporter: on this anniversary of the clean water act. the epa is launching a new mobile app that is called how is my water way? with the new water way app, you can check out the conditions on any of the local water ways. find out about the pollution before you go out and play. the clean water act will also be about bringing people together to clean up the water ways that they love. so the people could help in a lot of ways. check to see how clean the water will be for you on the new how is my water way app. >> reporter: not only do they give you information about the wetlands, but you can get involved in the efforts. you can find the app by visiting the epa's web. along the potomac river, 9news. >>> could we be in for another snow mageggedon? no. everything is predictable. that's us. they will show you what will be an el nino year and stop at something they have never seen before. now they don't know what to expect as they do expect it to be drier this winter and that the southeast to be wetter. >> if you want snow, then that could happen for you want >> okay. >> and 2009 and 2010. >> yeah
about power outages, stay alert by downloading the storm shield app to keep you safe during the storm. >> a horrible story tonight out of new york city, two small children, both over the age of five, stabbed to death in their apartment. their nanny is accused of the murders. >> scott scott gold berg has more on the story. >> reporter: she returned from a swims lesson with her 3 yield son to her luxury manhattan apartment and walk nod a scene that's f parent's nightmare. her two young children, a 2 year old and a 6 year old, were lying in the bathtub suffering stab wounds all over their bodies, their nanny found next to them. >> on the floor of the bathroom is the nanny who has inflicted wounds in her throat. >> reporter: the kid appeared the be breathing as they were rushed to st. lukes but pronounced dead on arrival. the screams from the sobbing mother were horrifying. >> she is crying out, what am i going to do with the rest of my life. i have no children. i have no children. >> reporter: police escorted the mom and her only surviving child from the scene, a sheet draped over their
. this is the potential disaster as we go into the weekend. now is the time to down load the app. we will be right back. >>> there is a lot up in the air when it comes to sandy. we're here all morning. >> the storm has pounded the caribbean and killing 21. now she is oat on the us we're live in florida with the latest. and a much different story today. >> it is a much different story. we're moving up to a lot more wind and we're dealing with a lot more rain bands within every 10 to 15 minutes we're getting rained on. and i want to show you this has been roped off for the last two days for a good reason. the waves are all the way down at the end of the walkway and they have been crashing up on that building very, very hard. look at the trees it was here to the water. can you see they are crashing on the concrete. and the it is just going a lot harder and rougher. i have been standing here for the past 20 minutes and the rain has picked up. we have been dealing with the wind and on and off rain. that's the latest. back to you. >> and now be careful out there. it looks windy. >>> it is good. >> and now it
're used to. >> reporter: the smartphone app, speak out, let's students or parents speak out in a modern way president this was the idea of corporal william davis. >> it will allow to us reach another layer of student who would want to say something but out of fear. this will give them that ability to do it. >> reporter: key information helped officers recently. a 14-year-old girl was talking with who she thought was a teenager. she was going to run away to ten she to meet a 25-year-old man but the police were able to stop it. >> and within six hours we had the investigators on that male's doorstep. >> reporter: police may need to talk to you for a homicide or shooting. otherwise they want it to be used as an anonymous tip line. >> if a student said i saw bill bully john, where we get information will remain confidential. we'll just address the underlying bullying issue. >> reporter: it can still be used by private students. it's available to be downloaded on the phone today. in millersville, don harrison, abc2 news. >> this is the only one of its kind use bid police -- used by police in
. download hour storm shield app. >> thank you very much. that is critical to download that storm shield app felt you lose power, which is a possibility, you're going to one to have that mobile app ready so you can keep on top of the information. there's the potential for a mass area of power outage from this storm, the sustained winds are there, 50, to 60 miles an hour. so 58. we're still in the clear. tomorrow 68 degrees, just a cool misty scenario. you can see the next 48 to 72 hours. as we move into sunday night into monday, that's where things get definitely much more intense. we'll look at the area, the big nor east are as sandy converts from a hurricane to a cold core system, a nor'easter. that will be coming just off the coast. it skirts up north. that would be better for us. we'll see less beach erosion, less coastal flooding if we get that move to the north of us. if she comes into maryland, virginia, delaware, that will be a big impact for us. >> that seems late in the season. >> by the time sandy gets this far are in the, she will be a power house nor'easter. a are -- perfect sto
, outages and rising waters. text sandy to 25543. there will be directions how to sign up for our mobile app. you can watch us streaming live on our mobile site in case your power goes out. >> we've got plenty of tools to help you do all that. >> we're going back to topper now giving us an update on these record setting winds. >> fient 8 mile-per-hour wind is the highest -- 98 mile-per- hour wind is the highest wind gust recorded at national in 1954. 60 mile-per-hour wind was irene last year in august. now a 58 mile-per-hour wind with isabel in september of '03. we had the blizzard and isabel in '03. 75 mile-per-hour winds with the derecho a while ago. now sandy so far has a 55 mile- per-hour wind gust. so she's closing in on isabel and i think this is going to probably go above 65 miles per hour. don't think it will make hazel, but it looks like it could be our second highest wind gust recorded. that's saying something. look at the wind, essentially northwest, gaithersburg, d.c., manassas, a 52 mile-per-hour wind gust now in winchester and martinsburg and leesburg. we're looking at a 49 mil
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